By Richard Munson.
Jacques Cousteau was a living legend. A world famous adventurer he has touched whales, befriended octopuses and confronted sharks. He produced and starred in dozens of films in scores of countries and hosted a popular television documentary. The author of eighty books, he also co-invented the Aqua-lung and was one of the people who launched the science of undersea archaeology.
While clearly a remarkable individual, some is legend as claims of earth-shaking discoveries have leading oceanographers complain that showmanship was the focus rather than science. Both sides of the man and his life are seen in this fascinating and unauthorized biography.
316 pages. Hardback.
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